Windjammer Resort Motel

Address: 10450 Gulf Boulevard, Treasure Island, Florida, 33706, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located in the St. Pete Beach/South Beaches area of Treasure Island, is near Hubbard's Marina, The Pirate Ship At John's Pass, Eagle Parasail, and Adventure Cruises Inc..
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    Travel Blogs from Treasure Island

    Night before lift off!

    A travel blog entry by steve.stever on Jul 04, 2015

    We are taking the last meal with memaw, papau, Annemarie, Sean, and Anique! We have to go to bed early so we have enough energy to complete the task of making it to our motel room tomorrow. We recently learned that we have a complication on the rental car pickup as we did not pick the right airport to acquire the car. So we will end up taking a ...

    Florida RV Super Show

    A travel blog entry by gauke on Jan 14, 2015

    ... and right on the water. Dinner was fabulous, wine was good and the Crème Brule was indescribable.

    After dinner we took Donna to the airport and the three of us headed back to the campground. Ken is headed out in the morning for his mission work and Jerry and I are headed to Cedar Key. Hate to see our time with Donna and Ken come to an end but hopefully this is just one of many trips we'll take together.

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    Arriving in Tampa - Really Dover!

    A travel blog entry by gauke on Jan 13, 2015

    ... driving around Jacksonville though. There were times it was really close! We pulled in and Donna and I checked our rigs in and then someone directed us to our sites. We were not side by side but on the same row with only about 5 or 6 separating us. They had no pull through so we had to stop in the street and unload the tow dolly. We put the hand two wheeled dolly on the car dolly and moved it out of the way. ...

    Departure Day

    A travel blog entry by jblackert on Jun 30, 2014

    ... not afraid but this trooper braved an entrance to the house, which made him sneakier than the rest. I went in the bedroom with Jessica so I wouldn’t be alone with the lizard in the other room. She begged me to catch him but sadly my lizard catching days were over. I sat at the edge of the bed and crossed my legs to better hold my bladder, in fear walking past the kitchen to the bathroom he may launch his rugged body in my hair, or even ...

    The Great Crossing

    A travel blog entry by ninapennewell on Jan 29, 2014

    8 comments, 24 photos

    ... going cruising again! The day, already filled with anticipation and excitement suddenly became much busier. We had important things to so such as reviewing charts, routes and waypoints and coordinating plans with our traveling companions. It also meant fueling, pumping and dumping. And last but not least, it meant battening down the hatches and securing all objects that might move, shift or fall. Our passage across Pensacola Bay had shown us that some work was needed in ...